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ket at Prosperitq is
ssrA. John Ntob'ol
I o Merchant.
r6y of'the tow,l there ha.
negro mer hant untj
* as .b atet
shoul hea tepeain tesiona
my as ptintaesienceofDr
Why,he id te 'esion e ofx
nil whilst ila Tu1 tnuenullin' Why, yoth
the present. He egan here abor
October Qf last year. 419 handles
4ma'. line 4f grocuIes and canne
P olty's barber is 43eo. D. 1
A. H. Kohn.
of J. P. Bowers.
f B. B. Hair.
ofJ . weer.
was so delighltful that he wisifed
hail as many teeth as an African cr<
odlile ''.-Butffalo Times.
-i; A Hard Case.* tea
Ye,'repliedl thle dlentist.'
had to) give it t.o him the second til
to extract the money.' '-Detoit F:
a &Asa JLA?1Ji%qm" a
t Attention I Democratis Candidates.
a >Do not 'oVerlook the -provigQins of
d tbe f&llowtwy Act of the Soilth Caro'
Hna" T.AIinleture, appoved g(aron 0
1095, regilatipg primary elections. in
- this state. Be sure and fill out the
subjoined tti. and i1 a candidate for
an office requirinir votes in more than
(tne county. sei,d it to the Secretary
of State, Coluihia, S. C., and if a
candidate for a county office to the
Clerk of Court of the county in which
An Act Making Certain Offences
in Primary Elections Misdemeanors,
and Prescribiniz Penalties Therefor:
Sectioni 1. He it. enacted by the
.eneraI assemblily fit South Carolina:
A t or before anly political primary
electioi held by any political party,
orgalizition or associaton, for the
purpose of choosing candidates for
office, or the election of delegates to
conventionls, in this State, any person
who shall, by threats or any other
form of intimidation, or by the pay
ment. delivery or promise of money,
or other article of value, procure or
offer to so vote, shall be guilty of
aothier to vote for or against any
particular candidate in such election
or who shall, for such consideration,
offer to se vote, sl,all he guilty of
Section 2. Every candidate offering
for election, under tihe provisions of
Section 1, shall make the following
pledge and file the same with the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas
for the County in which lie is a can
didatc, unless he shoilo be a can
didate in more than one County, in
which case lie shall file same with the
Secretary of State, before he shall
eniter upon his campaign, to wit:
I, the undersigned ..............
of1 the County of ..............and
State of South Carolina, candidate
for the office of...................
hereby pledge that I will not give nor
spend money, or use intoxeating liqu
ors for the purpose of obtaining or
influencing votes, and that. I shall, at
conclusion of the campaign and be
fore the primary election, render to
the Clerk of Court or (Secretary of
State as hereilnbefore provided) un
der oath, an itemized statement of all
money spent. or provided by me dur
ing the campaign for campaign pur
poses up to that time, and I further
pledge that I'will, immediately after
tle primary election or elections that
F am candidate in render an itemized
statement, under oath, showing all
further moneys .spent or provided by
me in said election.
Provided, That a failure to coil)y
with this provision shall render sucl
election. 1nll and void, in so far as
the candidate who fails to file the
statement herein required, but shal
not effect the validity of the electior
of any candidate complying with this
Section: And, provided, further, Tha
.such itemized statement and pledgo
shall be open to public inspection a
Section 3. That any viola.tion o:
the provisions of this Act shall be
misdemeanor; and anmy person, upoi0
conv'ict.ion thereof, shall be fined no
less than $100 nor more than $500
or be imprisoned at hard labor for no
lpess than one month nor more thai
six months, or both fine and impris
sonmnent, in the discretion of th<i
Approved the-6thi day of March, A
Chairman State Dem. Ex. Comn.
The Octopus Spirit.
Samuel Gompers, the re-electce
chief of the American federation a:
labor, is quoted by the New Yorl
Tribune as followvs:
'Many a rich and powerful mai
is inclined to treat the poor' and help
less man as the bully treated the litth
'' A little boy was peacebly makin.t
a snow man one winter morjiim
whlen a tall lad, a bully rushed up
kick~ed down the snow man and gaive
th1 little fellowv a thump on the head
'' A benevolent man saw this out.
rageous bullying from a distance. H<
drew near, shook his fist at the bih
b)oy anid gave the little one a dime it
''There, there,'' lie said. ''Here im
a dime for you. Now dry your eyes.
''Then lie departed.
But lhe was no sooner gone that
the bully came up anid demanded halt
'' 'I'll be satisfied with half,' h<
said virtuously, 'but I ought to hav<
Qhanged by Argpment.
me all by rights, for if I.hitdti't wvalloped
e- ye, ye wouldn' have got a cent. '''
Two commercial travelers, one fronr
London and one from Newv York, wer<
discussing thle wveat.her in their respee
Li- tive countries.
.The E'nglishmman saidl that Englisi
I weather had one great fault-its suid
ne den changes.
00 ''A person may take a walk one
a," be aida attir.d in a ligh
um~ AI.etW .
1. A CASH INCOME
2. A CASH INCOME
4. ACASH INCOME,
Weekly Income (52'w(
Weekly Income (52 wl
Payable in case of inst
Payable in case of Inst
What other forms
The Pacific M
Its peculiar LEGAL organization n
years old. It gives the Greatest Guari
participating rates are LESS than any
The following are the RATES per
Whole 20 Paymen
Age Life Life
20 $14.65 $2260
21 15.00 2295
22 15.35 23.30
23 16.70 23.70
24 16.05 24.10
25 1645 24.55
26 16.85 25.00
28 1730 2.5.45
28 17.75 25 90
29 18.25 2640
30 18.75 26.95
31 19.26 27.50
32 1980 28.05
33 20.40 28.60
34 21 05 29.20
35 21.70 29.85
AUIM. T SWE
Office over Post Office.
summer suit, and still feel quite warn
Next day lie needs an overcoat."
'That's nothing.'' said the Amei
iean. ''My two friends, Johnston an
Jones were once haviing- anl arinmei
There were eight or nine inches 1
slow on1 the ground.
''he argument g".4t heated. an
John1istonl picked II) a snow hall all
threw it at Jones from a distance <
not more thanl five yeards. DuIrii
the t'nusit of that snowball, helie,
male or iiot, as you like, the weath
sulddenl4y chanlged and beecme h<
anid sIumerlike, and Jones, instel
of being hit with a snowhall, was
-scalded wit hi hot water! ''-Tit-Bil
Setting Around Her.
'No,'' snapped the woman wi
the square chin, ''I don't want 1
''Then the lady next door w
right, Isupose,'' re,joined the age
as lie turned to go.
'What did she say?'' queried
sqIuarCelcinined1 female somewhat c
'Oh, she didln't say ver much
answered the agenit. ''A.fter pu
c(hiasinig two of thle alarms she snu
it would be a waste of time to st
here,. as y'ou had nothli ng worthI sta
''T1he impudent thing!.'' exclaim
lie other indignantly. ''Here, gi
mec half a dozen of them alrm!
Good-looking girls are born, bi
most goodlooking women are se]
Poverty wou)ildl seen (lie out if ha
its were permitted to select their pa
Never do any worrying today t h
vou cani just 3as wel.l pos5tpn un1 li
Tf a wVomanli isni't suIspiciouis
helusband, onle of lier woman
raits i. badly warped.
It's an easy matter to (10 is let il
other fellow have his way.
One can always tell by the way
man11 goes inlto a pa1wns5hop wheth
he' has hiad experience 01. not
Whiy doesn 't soime seientist a
nounce himself as a candidate for
niche in the hall of fame by inven
ing a sure tonic for. the intellect?
Littleton College, Littleton, N.
and Louise Cottage Willoughby, Bea<
Va., will both be opened June 15
summer hotels. The fall term of Li
tleton college will begin Sept. 1
Summer work.'at the College, lit Lol
iso Cottage or at home will be offer<
to 20 youtng women who make ime
iato application. Address J. I
Rhiodes, Littleton, N. C.
cured at home wit
Q . out nain. Booko
'UAL LIFE INS
FOUR GOOD TH I NGS.
if you are disabled by ac
If you are disabild by dis
f you become totally and
for your family in cas
Neks) in case of accident
Bek-) in case of Sickness
ired's total and permane
ired's death .
o insurance do partially
utual Life Insur
kakes it the STRONGEST Life Insurance (
6ntees written in the Policies of any Insurt
other company doing business in this secti
$1,000 on non participating plan:
Whole' 20 Payent
Age Life Age
36 22.40 30.50
37 23.15 31.20
38 2390 31.95
39 24.75 32.70
40 25.60 33.50
41 26.65 34 3i
42 27.55 35.25
43 2860 36.20
44 29.70 37.20
45 30.90 38.25
16 32.15 3935
47 32.50 40 50
48 3495 41.75
49 36.50 43.10
50 38.15 4.1.50
51 39 90 40' 00
Of the condition of The Commercial Bai
close of business May 4th, 1906.
Loans & Discounts .. .. $375.597 60
4 Denind loanis.. ...... 4.647 56
,f Overdrafts .......... 3,912 SS
1 Furniture & Fixtures .. .. 3,051 93
e Due from Banks & Bankers 44,774 80
", Currency.......... 8,759 00
SGold . ... 2,400 00
M* Silver, nickles, pennies . . -54 64
S. Checks & Cash items .. .. 4.004 46
h STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
'1 COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Personalliy appeared before me J. Y
as Bank, who swears that the above stat4
nt edge and belief.
1Sworn to before me this 4th day of 1I
a- Geo. S. Mower.
W. H. Hunt.
,, 0. B. Mayer.
LET US P1
" Give us your Laund
doing. Gloss or Dome
We use nothing but
that car. be bought. .E
ut ing help. Our motto,
Sdelivery. Telephone r.
I)- Yours to
SSECURITY LOAN Al
Supplies the best Fa
For Saving Money at
For Building by lustall
a For Buying Land:
For Borrowing Money
Get one of Our
. It will be the means of your Se
a Fund that will buy I
SECURITY LOAN Al
Cor. Boyce'& A dams Sis., Ne
e of your death. All
nt disability . $10,000
. . . $10,000
this does completely,
ance ) mpany.
'ompany in America. It is nearly 40
mce Company at less cost. Its non
Whole 20 Payment
Age Life Life
52 41.75 47.60
63 43.75 49.30
54 45.85 51.15
55 48.10 53.10
56 50.51 55.20
57 53.10 57.45
58 55.85 5985
59 58 80 62.45
60 61.95 65.25
61 65.30 68.16
62 68.92 71.45
63 73.80 74.95
64 78.35 78.76
65 81.50 8320
, General Agt.
Newberry, S. C.
ik, located at Newberry, S. C., at the
C-Itall Stoek paid in .. $50,000 00
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses & taxes
paid ..................43,335 75
Die to Banks & Bankers . 1,874 78
,Due ipaid dividends .. .. 675 00
Individual deposits subject
to check .......... 252,217 34
Notes nIId bills rediscounted
.McFall, Cashier of the above name
ment is correct to the beat of his knowi
J. Y. McFALL, Cashier.
JOHN C. GOGGANS, C. C. C. P.
ry work, as others are.
the very best supplies:
xpert and accommodat
good work and prompt
ID IN VESTMENT CD,
i Profitable Rate of Interest:
on Real Estate.
hnd Be Convinced of its Value
tving Money and accumulating
.,and or Build a House.
ID IN VESTMENT CD,
wherry. S. C.